How to Select a Temperature Sensor

March 21st , 2012 → 4:40 pm @

There are many variables to consider when selecting the right temperature sensor for your application, but there is a wide variety of temperature sensors out there from which to choose a product too.  There is no single answer that is right for everyone.  Which solution is best suited for your application?  DEE offers a Free whitepaper report that […]

Category : Engineering and Technical White Papers / White Papers

The Key Advantages of Snap Action Switch/Sensors

December 8th , 2011 → 4:43 pm @

When it comes to performance, snap action switch/sensor technology definitely has been field-proven.  Its simple operating premise has survived decades of technological improvements and demanding environments.  Why?  Because it works.  When choosing a switch for an application, snap action should unquestionably be considered.  Besides its track record, the technology offers a long mechanical life.  Of […]

Category : Engineering and Technical White Papers / White Papers

Continuous Level Transducers for Reliable, Economical Tank Level Monitoring

November 15th , 2011 → 2:11 pm @

Continuous Level Transducers for Reliable, Economical Tank Level Monitoring

This vertically mounted float transducer series offers a reliable and economical means of tank level monitoring suitable for a wide variety of applications and liquids.  Available with either brass or 316 stainless steel mounts and stainless, polypropylene or Buna-N floats, the C3957 features a 5mm resolution, while the C3946 offers a 10mm resolution.  Each model has a simple […]

Category : Product Releases / Sensors

Improve Your Liquid Level Sensing and Detection Applications

September 16th , 2011 → 3:29 pm @

Dee offers a free white paper report that identifies key issues experienced by manufacturers of equipment regarding handling and detection of liquids, with capacitive proximity sensors in particular.  It examines concrete sensing/monitoring methods that will improve processes while guaranteeing reliable and dependable noninvasive liquid level detection.  The trend towards more sophisticated equipment, which are expected […]

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The Key to Choosing and Using a Proximity Sensor for Your Application

July 15th , 2011 → 8:06 am @

Proximity sensors, which are designed to detect the presence of nearby objects without any physical contact, have evolved from narrow application in industrial automation systems into broad use.  They can now be found in consumer and commercial equipment and products ranging from ATM and vending machines, to security systems, to all types of communication equipment – […]

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“The 7 Key Questions That Need to Be Answered to Select the Right Sensor”

April 26th , 2011 → 9:49 am @

Selecting an industrial Sensor can be a daunting task.  With so many sensing technologies and an endless variety of products in the market, how is it possible to quickly find that one ideal sensor for any given application?  Turns out, it’s not really so much a process of selecting the right sensor…it’s really about eliminating all the wrong […]

Category : Engineering and Technical White Papers / White Papers

New Full Metal Reed Senor Pair for Extreme Environmental Conditions

February 3rd , 2011 → 1:52 am @

New Full Metal Reed Senor Pair for Extreme Environmental Conditions

Environmentally Sound and Rugged Design This is a magnetically activated Reed Sensor.  The sensor is supplied as a set, with the mating actuator magnet.  The sensor and the magnet are supplied in a robust aluminum housing, which is designed for screw fastening.  The sensor is typically mounted to the fixed surface, while the actuating magnet is […]

Category : MEDER / Product Releases / Sensors

How to Choose Between a Potentiometer and a Position Sensor – Free Report

January 3rd , 2011 → 9:40 am @

How to Choose Between a Potentiometer and a Position Sensor – Free Report

The difference between a potentiometer and a position sensor has narrowed over the years, and as a result caused some confusion, especially when trying to determine and select the most suitable component for a given application.  This report will help distinguish the key differences between the two, and help you determine what you should choose […]

Category : Engineering and Technical White Papers / White Papers

Digital Speed Potentiometer – New Pluggable Terminal Strip Option

December 11th , 2010 → 10:31 am @

Digital Speed Potentiometer – New Pluggable Terminal Strip Option

Digital Speed Potentiometer with Scalable Display & User I/O A microprocessor based digital speed potentiometer that can directly replace a conventional, 3-wire analog speedpot or motorized speedpot for most AC and DC drives.  The desired set speed is entered into the large, ½ inch LED display through the convenient frontpanel interface, and display units are now […]

Category : Dart Controls / Product Releases / Sensors

New, 24/7 Vibration Monitoring Protection for Your Most Critical Machinery

June 23rd , 2010 → 12:37 pm @

New, 24/7 Vibration Monitoring Protection for Your Most Critical Machinery

This In-line Vibration Transmitter installs in-line with any industrial accelerometer, and converts the vibration signal to a 4-20 mA velocity output that can be trended with today’s PLC, DCS and SCADA systems.  Its sleek design installs right into the cable run, no DIN rails, cabinets or special power required.  With a three pin output connector, […]

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